Curriculum Vitae

Charles Frederick Jackels

Professor Emeritus of Science and Technology and

Computing and Software Systems

February 2014

 

BUSINESS ADDRESS

School of STEM
18115 Campus Way NE
University of Washington-Bothell
Bothell, WA 98011

Phone: (425) 352-5368

E-Mail: jackels@u.washington.edu

FAX: (425) 352-5216

 

BIOGRAPHICAL

Born: November 3, 1946, St. Paul, Minnesota

Married: June 20, 1970, Susan C. (Doherty) Jackels

Children: Elizabeth (May 14, l983)

 

EDUCATION

1971‑1975 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

(Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, 1975)

Autumn 1968 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

1966‑1968 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

(B. Chem., with high distinction, 1968)

1964‑1966 St. Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota

MILITARY SERVICE: 1969‑1970 U. S. Army

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Administrative Appointments University of Washington, Bothell.

Jan 2005 Aug 2008 Director, Computing and Software Systems Program

Mar 2000 Dec 2003 Acting Director, Computing and Software Systems Program.

 

Faculty Appointments University of Washington, Bothell.

2012 Professor Emeritus of Science and Technology and Computing and Software Systems

2009-2012 Professor of Science and Technology (with tenure).

2000-2012 Professor of Computing and Software Systems (with tenure).

2000-09 Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (with tenure).

1997-00 Senior Lecturer of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science and of Computing and Software Systems.

1996-97 Senior Lecturer of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science.

1995-96 Visiting Professor of Liberal Studies.

 

Faculty Appointment University of Washington, Seattle.

1995 Visiting Lecturer of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle

Faculty Appointments Wake Forest University

1990-95 Professor of Chemistry (with tenure)

1984-90 Associate Professor of Chemistry (with tenure).

1977‑83 Assistant Professor of Chemistry

 

Other Academic Appointments

Jan-Mar 2004 Sabbatical Leave: University of Central America, Managua, Nicaragua
and Catholic Relief Services, Matagalpa, Nicaragua.

1993-94 Visiting Research Professor of Chemistry,
University of Minnesota (Laboratory of Donald G. Truhlar).

1985-86 Visiting Scholar in Atmospheric Chemistry, Harvard University (Laboratory of James G. Anderson).

1975‑77 Postdoctoral Fellow in Chemical Physics
Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio
(Laboratory of Isaiah Shavitt)

1971‑72 Teaching Assistant, Chemistry Department
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

 

HONORS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

Sabbatical Research Leaves, University of Washington Bothell, January December 2004
and March September 2011.

Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award, U of Washington, Bothell, 2000.

Reynolds Research Leave, Wake Forest University,1993-94.

Reynolds Research Leave, Wake Forest University,1985‑86.

Elected to Sigma Xi, 1978.

Battelle Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1975‑77.

Petroleum Research Fund Fellowship, 1973‑75.

NDEA (Title IV) Fellowship, 1971‑73.

NSF Traineeship Fall Quarter, 1968.

Elected to Tau Beta Pi, Honor Society, l968.

B. Chem. degree with high distinction, l968.

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

"Theoretical Potential Surfaces for N‑O‑O", Charles F. Jackels,

University of Washington, Seattle, 1975 (Ernest R. Davidson, Adviser).

 

PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Association for Computing Machinery

IEEE Computer Society

American Chemical Society (Physical Division and Theoretical Subdivisions)

Council on Undergraduate Research

Puget Sound Section of the American Chemical Society

American Association of University Professors

Tau Beta Pi

Sigma Xi